A woman with bruises on her arm and leg went to the station at 10:34 a.m. to report that she had sustained those injuries the night before “when her boyfriend shoved her into a pole.”
A Foster Terrace woman reported at 11:30 a.m. that she had found “what she believes is a real gun” on a shelf of the house she had just moved into. “She would like it removed,” wrote police.
A group of five teenagers were dispersed from a Redstone Lane address after a 1:03 p.m. report that they were jumping into the water from the roof of a shed.
Police received a 1:46 p.m. report from a woman who said her brother’s neighbors had informed her that “he was intoxicated and dancing around naked” at a Farrell Court address. Police didn’t report finding anything suspicious upon responding to that area.
Police responded to State Street after a man reported at 9:34 p.m. that somebody was “using his horn ... inside his moving truck.” Police wrote: “The caller works for Nationwide Van Lines. He was inside a home, he heard his truck horn activated. He went downstairs to find an unknown person inside the vehicle using his horn.”
A woman on Beckett Street reported at 3:57 p.m. that she had found a “white bunny with pink eyes.” The animal was subsequently transported to Borash Veterinary Clinic.
A man was asked to leave the premises of a law office on Lowell Street after a 4:39 p.m. report that he had “knocked very loudly on the doors.”
An 8 p.m. report of shoplifting at the Toys R Us at the Northshore Mall resulted in the arrests of Guy A. Morgan, 30, of 24 Clippership Lane, East Boston, on a charge of larceny over $250.
An officer responded to 6 Rogers Road after a report that a woman had been threatened by her neighbor, but the officer later determined that no threats had actually been made. The woman was “upset that she did a good deed for the neighbor ... and feels she was unappreciated for her efforts,” wrote police.